Pibrella board for Raspberry Pi

Final Word

Pibrella comes with basic components that can be controlled via a handful of simple Python functions, making it a perfect ingredient for many Raspberry Pi-based hardware projects.The board is aimed at beginners who are looking for an easy way to get started building Raspberry Pi-based hardware projects with a minimum of effort.

Even seasoned hardware hackers, however, might find Pibrella handy for quick prototyping without going through the rigmarole of wiring components on a breadboard. The Pibrella board costs UK£ 10 and can be purchased from the Pimoroni store [4].


  1. Pibrella: http://pibrella.com
  2. Pibrella at the Pimoroni Store: http://shop.pimoroni.com/products/pibrella
  3. "Controlling Legacy Devices" by Dmitri Popov, Raspberry Pi GEEK, Issue 3, 2014, pg. 52: http://www.raspberry-pi-geek.com/Archive/2014/03/Control-your-old-film-camera-with-a-Raspberry-Pi
  4. Pibrella support code and materials: http://github.com/pimoroni/pibrella

The Author

Dmitri Popov holds a degree in Russian language and computer linguistics. He has been writing exclusively about Linux and open source software for several years, and his articles have appeared in Danish, British, North American, German, and Russian magazines and websites.

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